Whenever choosing a bed, comfort and support is key. We spoke to Myriam Ruffo, Mind of Sleeping rooms and Bathrooms at IKEA UK, who gave us the 101 on the best mattresses for the three key sleeping positions; back again, front and area. 'Be sure to test the firmness and take into consideration your sleeping style, to make sure you choose a firmness that offers you the correct back support,' she says. 'Your bed plays a huge part in your wellbeing and well-being when you consider you may spend around eight time every night sleeping on it.'
The copyrighted springs make these mattresses unique, moving horizontally and vertically to match the condition of your body and give you the best sleeping. The Simbatex part provides cool, soft support, whilst the Visco memory foam moulds expertly to your body shape. It's like a bed that's tailor-made for you.
A modern option to a wall membrane of wardrobes, this dark real wood panelling serves as a headboard and also features built-in bedside tables and some overhead cupboards. Sleek, streamlined and modern day, it's a modern way to bedroom safe-keeping that also makes a attractive style statement.
Built-in wardrobes aren't always your best option in awkward-shaped period sleeping rooms. This cool country-style bedroom uses the full-height alcoves either part of the fireplace to house two typical white wardrobes, which mix perfectly with the cool colour scheme. Because these don't reach the roof the room retains an airy feel, but it addittionally means there's room for wicker baskets to stay neatly on top for a little more organised style.
The original masters of memory foam, the Tempur design model offers a top comfort coating made of a specially developed 'extra Gentle' materials for a feeling of instant rest. This unique textile was designed to regulate temperature and wetness. Aptly known as the cloud, the type of the mouldable mattress materials cocoons your body as it reacts to the body heat, rendering it ideal for minimizing pressure tips, such as sides and spine.